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How do I get my Nevada Food Handler Card ( Health Card )
We make it easy!
- Complete our Nevada Food Handler course.
- Pass the test at the Southern Nevada Health District.
- Your new Nevada Food Handler Card is valid for 3 Years for Nevada.
How long is your online Food Handler course?
Our online Nevada Food Handler’s course is seriously fast. No timers, cheesy mandatory videos, quizzes, or final exams. Just click through the course pages as fast or slow as you want and then get your official Nevada Food Handler Certificate.
Why should I take the Nevada Food Handler training?
Properly trained food handlers can improve food safety and reduce risks and behaviors commonly associated with foodborne illness and outbreaks. By taking the course it shows your professionalism and commitment to the safety of your customers.
Although your state does not directly require food handlers themselves to take training, it does require that the “Person-In-Charge will train the employees.” This person is responsible for knowing all food sanitation rules, as well as policies and procedures within the food establishment.
Nevada Food Handler Card takes the burden of training off of the “Person-In-Charge” by providing employee training and testing. Each employee who passes the Nevada Food Handler Card course receives a food handler certificate, which confirm that he or she has achieved a basic understanding of food safety and met the learning objectives of the course. In addition, you have third-party documentation of your compliance with your state’s laws, which can help protect you from possible lawsuits. Your business may even want to advertise, “All employees trained in safe food handling practices.” and display our certificate to the public near the cashiers.
Once I start the course, do I have to finish it right then?
Nope. You can log in and out of our online Nevada Food Handler Card course as often as you need. When you log back in, you’ll continue the course exactly where you left off. You have 60 days from the date of purchase to complete your course. All accounts are archived and deleted after 60 days from the date of purchase regardless of completion.
The website said my card was declined, but my account was still charged.
When your credit/debit card declines online or in-store, your account will usually still show a pending charge. This is standard procedure among banks that is completely out of our control. The pending charge(s) should not post to your account, but rather disappear or be reversed within a few business days.
Does your Nevada Food Handler course have quizzes or tests?
Nope! No quizzes, tests, or final exams. All you have to do is click through the course material. When you finish clicking through the course, your official Nevada Food Handler Card certificate will immediately appear in your account. A PDF copy of your certificate is also available.
I enrolled and paid for the course, but can’t log in.
Most of the time this is due to a typo in the email address. To confirm the email address we have on file as your username, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You might also try clearing the cache in your web browser’s internet history.
How does Nevada Food Handler Card protect my personal information?
Nevada Food Handler Card is committed to privacy and security in regards to data collected on our site. Our site employs security technology called SSL, which is used for encrypting information transmitted via the Internet. This allows sensitive information like credit card numbers to be transmitted securely. There are various types of SSL certificates, and Nevada Food Handler Card uses an Extended Validation (EV) SSL, which uses some of the highest standards in identity assurance to confirm the legitimacy of online entities. The issuer of Nevada Food Handler Card’s EV SSL put the website through stringent evaluation procedures and documentation checks to confirm authenticity and ownership. The Nevada Food Handler Card website also regularly undergoes scans to ensure compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, commonly referred to as PCI DSS Compliance. This is a set of security standards designed to ensure that all companies that accept, process, store, or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment.
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